This special massage is performed on the side with support of pillows and bolsters to allow maximum comfort and relaxation for the mom and her baby. If you can lay on your back and it is comfortable position for you, some od the techniques can be also done in this position. This massage not only allows to relive the aches and pains in your lower back, and upper body but will focus on releasing heaviness in your legs and feet which bring immediate relief.
Your massage can be done as gentle classical massage or with more advanced myofascial release techniques to target short muscles, trigger points and tight fascia. Pregnancy massage improves flexibility in lower back and releases tight hip flexors and rotators. These muscles get short quickly for almost all pregnant women in adjustment of the growing belly and body weight being shifted forward.
AVAILABLE FROM 12TH WEEK OF PREGNANCY. TREATMENT TIME 1 HOUR/140 CH
POSTNATAL RECOVERY MASSAGE
The main philosophy behind the Postnatal Recovery Massage is to restore and nurture a new mother and to help treat the changes and discomfort brought on through pregnancy and every day efforts related to having a newborn at home.
It is well known truth that the process of childbirth has been a strain on your body, particularly your abdomen, lower back and hips but taking care of your baby can be a huge effort for many women as well. Taking care of a newborn is both physical and emotional effort.
Professional postpartum massage will not only allow you to curve out some time for yourself but will allow your tired body to bring itself into balance faster and with support of professional, compassionate touch, usually so needed and craved for during this period in life.
Professional Postpartum massage in ZUG provides physical support but also helps to cope with the baby blues and postnatal depression. It can be very relaxing in the midst of the chaos of bringing a newborn home and will support fluid circulation, release of pain and tension in fascia and muscles and promote better sleep and breastfeeding.